ACFE APAC Fraud Conference

This conference is your opportunity to discover the latest anti-fraud techniques, proven best-practices and current trends from Asia’s leading anti-fraud experts.

2015 APAC Fraud Conference

Learn practical skills from experienced practitioners.

The conference offers two tracks of education sessions led by top practitioners from across the Asia-Pacific region. These leaders use case studies and real-world experience to illustrate effective techniques you can incorporate into your anti-fraud strategy.

Build relationships with fellow anti-fraud professionals.

From mentoring to providing support services, your professional network can be a valuable resource in your fraud examinations. Connect with peers and industry leaders during a special Networking Reception on Thursday, 5 November.

Impact your organisation.

Return to your office after the conference with new skills, tools and resources you can immediately use to take your fight against fraud to the next level.

For more information or to reserve your spot, visit the ACFE website.

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